posted on Feb, 10 2005 @ 05:13 PM
Im pretty sure a vacuum [state] is essentially a flatline of space. Math 0 + 0 = 0
The idea you seem to be hinting at is intriguing though. The idea of warping space in a ascending [word used for lack of better one] manner as opposed
to the descending manner caused by mass and gravity. While i certainly have no proof that all mass/gravity warps of space lie the same way the fact
that one gravity field interacts in an additive way and not unpredictably [sometimes add, sometimes subtract] implies that gravity/mass warp the
fabric of space in only one direction.
It could be used as a way of storing energy. More of a spring loaded thing than a fluid energy source. (Just my opinion)
You may be trying to rip a hole in space-time, but the ability to do that depends on the nature of spacetime. If it is like the surface of the ocean,
it can be disturbed, but not torn, If on the otherhand it is a fabric like layer it could be torn, but im not sure that would be such a good idea.
Better IMO to separate from it and explore the exo-universe realm. Then you still have an intact universe to come home to.
[edit on 10-2-2005 by slank]